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Olivier Collignon, PhD

Center for Mind/Brain Sciences (CIMeC) University of Trento, Trento, Trentino-Alto Adige, Italy 
Crossmodal perception and plasticity
"Olivier Collignon"
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Mattioni S, Rezk M, Battal C, et al. (2022) Impact of blindness onset on the representation of sound categories in occipital and temporal cortices. Elife. 11
Benetti S, Collignon O. (2022) Cross-modal integration and plasticity in the superior temporal cortex. Handbook of Clinical Neurology. 187: 127-143
Chouinard-Leclaire C, Manescu S, Collignon O, et al. (2022) Altered morphological traits along central olfactory centers in congenitally blind subjects. The European Journal of Neuroscience
Bottini R, Nava E, De Cuntis I, et al. (2022) Synesthesia in a congenitally blind individual. Neuropsychologia. 170: 108226
Feng Y, Collignon O, Maurer D, et al. (2021) Brief Postnatal Visual Deprivation Triggers Long-Lasting Interactive Structural and Functional Reorganization of the Human Cortex. Frontiers in Medicine. 8: 752021
Benetti S, Zonca J, Ferrari A, et al. (2021) Visual motion processing recruits regions selective for auditory motion in early deaf individuals. Neuroimage. 117816
Gurtubay-Antolin A, Battal C, Maffei C, et al. (2021) Direct Structural Connections between Auditory and Visual Motion-Selective Regions in Humans. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience. 41: 2393-2405
Manescu S, Chouinard-Leclaire C, Collignon O, et al. (2020) Enhanced odorant localization abilities in congenitally blind but not in late-blind individuals. Chemical Senses
Battal C, Occelli V, Bertonati G, et al. (2020) General Enhancement of Spatial Hearing in Congenitally Blind People. Psychological Science. 956797620935584
Crollen V, Collignon O. (2020) How visual is the « number sense »? Insights from the blind. Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Reviews
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